Fifth graders learned about two different types of perspective, worm’s eye and bird’s eye. Worm’s eye perspective is as if you were a worm looking up at the sky. Bird’s eye perspective is as if you were a bird looking down at the ground.
Fifth graders drew fall trees from a worm’s eye perspective. They used oil pastels for the tree trunks and leaves, paying close attention to blending techniques. They then painted the sky with water color. The fifth graders have a great “perspective” on their artwork!